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1 Physical Education Components of Skill-Related Fitness

2 Task Define the terms: Cardiovascular Muscular strength Muscular endurance Flexibility Body composition Know these inside out, ready for next exam!

3 Agility The ability to change the position of the body quickly and to control the movement of the whole body

4 Agility Changing direction at speed Does not necessarily mean moving at speed Involves moving the body in different directions at speed

5 Balance The ability to retain the centre of mass (gravity) of the body above the base of support with static or dynamic conditions of movement.

6 Balance Can be at rest or on the move Static balance is keeping the body still whilst stationary, e.g. a handstand Dynamic balance is maintaining a controlled stable condition whilst moving, e.g. basketball

7 Coordination The ability to use two or more body parts together

8 Coordination Different types of coordination Hand-eye coordination (cricket, tennis, goalkeeper, etc.) Foot eye coordination (football, sprinting, skateboarding, etc.)

9 Power The ability to undertake strength performance quickly. Power = Strength x Speed

10 Power Increases as a result of an increase in strength and speed Athletes use power to propel themselves and objects in a certain distance Do not get confused with muscular strength

11 Reaction Time The time between the presentation of stimulus and the onset of movement

12 Reaction Time Sight stimulus is the reaction in most sports (football, cricket, netball, etc.) It is possible to measure reactions and improve them through practise Anticipation from experience can also help reaction time

13 Speed The rate at which a movement is performed or distance is covered in a period of time

14 Speed Leg speed, e.g. Usain Bolt Arm speed, e.g. David Haye Speed of mind, e.g. Chong Wei Lee Can be improved with practise

15 Learning Objectives (Revisited) By the end of this lesson pupils should: Recap health-related components of exercise and be able to use sports as examples Understand the components of skill-related exercise Be able to relate all these components to different physical activities

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